In 1969, New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison prosecuted Clay Shaw for allegedly conspiring to kill President John F. Kennedy. Shaw, a gay man, was the only person ever put on trial in connection with JFK's assassination.
Since joining the hit Bravo show "The Real Housewives of New Jersey," Teresa Aprea - along with her equally gorgeous twin sister Nicole - have definitely made their mark on the show.
Along with her equally fabulous twin sister Teresa Aprea, Nicole Napolitano has jumped right into the drama on the new season of "The Real Housewives Of New Jersey."
Joan Rivers is the epitome of a gay icon. From starting out with the boys doing stand up in New York City's Greenwich Village, to keeping us up to date on all the latest trends on E!'s "Fashion Police", Joan keeps a rigorous touring schedule.
Bella Sky is one of the newest gals to hit the New Jersey drag scene and is making a splash. She had a show stopping performance at the Den - winning the Miss Den crown for 2014 and a scorching turn on the Miss New Jersey pageant. She has taken the title of Miss Gay New Jersey At-Large and made it her own.
Ferras is the first artist to be signed to Katy Perry's new label. His self-titled EP demonstrates why. The first single "Legends Never Die" (with a helping hand from Perry) is breathtaking, and based on the remainder of the EP, Ferras has a long career ahead of him.
Leo (July 23-Aug 22):
You generally thrive in the summer, and these next two months follow that trend. You and those Aries folks seem to be as fit as (fill in the blank). Your radiance makes us want to wear sunglasses whenever we're around you (the better to steal discrete peeks).
On Monday, June 18, 2014, Wanda Sykes hosted TrevorLIVE New York, which honored YouTube sensation Tyler Oakley, business powerhouse Goldman Sachs, and Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington, who Jane Lynch lovingly referred to as a "true champion" while on the red carpet.